- About FASS
- Departments and programs
- Prospective Students
- Undergraduate Students
- Advising and Resources
- Connect with Arts Central
- Plan your Program
- Student Life
- Enhance your learning
- FASS Forward
- FASS 200-1 Writing Right: Strategies for effective revision
- FASS 204-1 Communicating in Conflict and Negotiation
- FASS 207-1 Cultural Humility: Understanding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- FASS 208-1 Introduction to Personal Financial Planning for Students
- FASS 210-1 Language Network Science
- FASS 211-1 Data Literacy and the City
- Undergraduate Students
Faculty member resources
- Find funding
- Apply for funding
- Manage funding
- Frequently asked questions
- Research centres & institutes
- Visualizing FASS Research
- Faculty member resources
- Faculty & staff portal
- FASS at Surrey
- Make meaning
- Next steps for new students
The FASS e-Sampler is your opportunity to explore different topics at SFU's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. It also gives you a taste of what remote learning looks like.
FASS e-Lectures are free and online. Many of you are uncertain about what remote learning might look like, so this is a great opportunity to get a glimpse of a virtual FASS class. Led by our brilliant professors, these topics give you a taste of the variety of exciting topics that are taught in FASS. This is also great time to explore different topics to help with your course planning for Fall.
We're always adding more e-Lectures. Stay tuned!
We are offering a number of course planning sessions specific to different departments within FASS. Here you can speak with Advisors from Arts Central and specific FASS departments to better understand how to plan your degree and how to best prepare yourself for the next four years. These sessions will complement the Super Advising Sessions and Small Group Course Planning Sessions offered by Student Services.
We're always adding more course planning sessions. Stay tuned!
We created the FASS e-Sampler to help you feel connected to us. Whether you're considering attending SFU or already a student, we're here for you.
Our e-library is a growing archive of presentations and lectures. Everytime we record an e-lecture or course planning session, we save them here for you to watch anytime you like. This page will grow as we add recordings from upcoming FASS e-Sampler sessions. Enjoy! And stay tuned!
Bring SFU FASS to your classroom virtually! This year, we are offering general FASS presentations and post-secondary pathways presentations (geared for CLE10) virtually!
We also have a roster of highly successful FASS graduates who are keen to share their research and career journeys with you. Each speaker will bring a unique perspective to their presentation and will be sharing their knowledge and expertise in a humanities and social sciences subject. Book your presentation today!
For more questions, feel free to connect with Kaitlan Davis, FASS's Recruitment, Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.